A study that examines the Cedar Street corridor from Willoughby Road in the north to College Road in the south began earlier this year. Officials have gathered input on the future of Holt’s busiest street, which will also indirectly affect the rest of the triangle from Holt Road to Aurelius Road.
Delhi Township hired engineering firm McKenna Associates to conduct a study of what Cedar Street would look like with cosmetic and structural changes, such as having fewer lanes and adding parallel parking.
The idea is to create a sense of place with an identity, a “downtown” district that is Holt. The project, called “Realize Cedar,” is attempting to lay the groundwork for a future that helps local businesses want to stay and attracts new businesses that residents would like to see.
A steering committee made up of township officials, businesses and residents has been helping guide the process, which will culminate with a final report that will be presented to the Delhi Township Board of Trustees and the public once it is completed this year.
The project is a vision, not a construction plan. The township is looking to develop a consensus on how to move forward with the development of its main corridor.
For more information and to give input, visit http://www.realizecedar.com or visit the kiosk stationed in the lobby of the Delhi Township Community Services Center.